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Peter Rosenberger is absolutely amazing. A true leader by example. Read what he has to say and you will understand why he is the most qualified person to teach you how to thrive as a caregiver– David Asarnow,
Becoming a caregiver may develop slowly and in your home, or you may find yourself suddenly flying across the country – and staying there for quite some time – to care for a Wounded Warrior son or daughter, or another family member. But however it develops, you will need to learn to take care of yourself as you take care of your loved one. Peter Rosenberger knows – and he wants to help the rest of us learn from his experience.MG(Ret) Ken Farmer, MD, former Commanding General, Walter Reed Army Medical Center,
Having served ourselves as caregivers, we know firsthand the challenges and stresses of caring for a chronically ill loved one. As we’ve watched Peter serve as Gracie’s caregiver for many years, we recognize his understanding of this issue is extraordinary, and his mission to strengthen the hearts and bodies of his fellow caregivers is one of great importance.Governor and Mrs. Don ( Martha) Sundquist, Former Governor of TN, Former Member US House of Representatives